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CNN “Blackballed” By The Trump Administration

Donald Trump is never afraid of a fight.

From the moment he took office, and even way before he took office, CNN has been the purveyor of Fake News about him, often inventing bogus stories.  What we used to call flat out lies.

And Trump is now fighting back!

A new report out says that CNN feels it has been totally “blackballed” by the Trump administration in press conferences, often not getting to ask a question.  Good!  I’m surprised Trump still lets them in the room!

Keep crying Jim Acosta, you big baby!

Here’s the report, from The Hill:

CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta on Monday ramped up his criticism of the Trump administration’s press shop, pointing out that the Obama administration “always” gave Fox News a question at White House briefings.

During an appearance on “CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin,” Acosta said the Trump White House has “blackballed” CNN and has not taken his questions in “weeks.”

“He may have taken a question here or there over the last couple of weeks, but we’ve largely been just blackballed during these briefings,” Acosta said, referring to White House press secretary Sean Spicer.“We’re just not getting questions to the White House press secretary.”

Acosta last week said Spicer was “just kind of useless” amid mounting frustrations over increased off-camera briefings at the White House.

Acosta on Monday said he wants to make “perfectly clear” to viewers that the Obama White House called on Fox News in the daily briefings.

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